You qualify if you are:
Visit Community Grant for more info.
Outreach helps introduce you to our campus and to people who can help you plan for college, tell you about admission requirements, degree and certificate programs, guaranteed transfer programs, financial aid, campus life, student services - everything you need to feel comfortable at West Valley.
Because we work so closely with high school counselors, we visit high schools frequently, giving workshop presentations to students like you:
We love talking to prospective students and their parents about how West Valley can support a student’s education goals. Please email Joe McDevitt at email@example.com to arrange an informational meeting. These sessions are usually 30 – 45 minutes in length and cover programs, transfer, support services and the next steps. Please plan ahead. Unfortunately, due to the heavy demand we rarely can accommodate walk-ins. We also encourage students to research specific programs at the College and email faculty to arrange a conversation about the benefits of their programs.
We're proud of our campus and we can't wait to show it to you. We invite high school groups to arrange a tour and a “West Valley 101” workshop. Contact your high school counselor or career tech for information on upcoming scheduled events. Schools should contact the Outreach Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a campus visit. Limited transportation grants are available through the College.
You may notice our presence at community events. That's because we work with local organizations to offer college planning and financial aid workshops and tours for organization members whose circumstances have prevented them from pursuing their educational goals. Organizations interested in our services should email or phone 408 741-2672
We don't just help incoming students, we help existing students, too, by giving classroom presentations and sharing information at on-campus events throughout the year. You're always welcome to stop by our office with questions or needs.
Did you know you could earn college credit for courses taken at the college (up to 8 units per semester) while you're still in high school and Concurrent high school students who are California residents, do not pay tuition for their college courses.Summer Session Begins:
Please Review the Admissions Timeline
Steps to Enroll:
- Check the Schedule of Classes under the class description for prerequisite requirements.
Assessment Tests: For math and English
- Check the Assessment Schedule for testing dates and times.
Note: No late admittance after the testing session begins
|Summer Session||Seniors||Tues 5/16||3pm - 5pm|
|Juniors||Wed 5/17||3pm - 5pm|
|Fall Semester||Seniors||Tues 8/15||3pm - 5pm|
|Juniors||Wed 8/16||3pm - 5pm|
For Questions Email: email@example.com
The Middle College Program at West Valley College offers a special opportunity to students from Campbell Union High School District and Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District who are seeking a more challenging academic program and who have the social and academic skills to successfully function in college level classes. Students also need to be motivated to do independent research and to report their findings in both oral and written form. Students selecting and qualifying for the program are usually seeking a wider choice of electives and are usually anxious to get an early start on college credits. The program is housed entirely on the West Valley College campus, so students are no longer actively involved on their campuses of origin. They do, however, receive a diploma from their “home” high school, and they are allowed to participate in that school’s graduation ceremonies.
Students are enrolled in high school classes as well as college classes. Students enroll between 6 college units and no more than 11 college units per semester.
The program for juniors includes:
The senior program includes:
To qualify for the WV Middle College program:
The Outreach Office coordinates information sessions with instructions and application packets for parents/students each semester. Middle College flyer - Coming Soon
More information can be obtained through the high school instructors assigned to this program:
Josh Hancock and Annie Blank, located in the Counseling Building, Rm 7.
Phone: 408 741-2529
The College Advantage Program is open only to Campbell Union High School and Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District Seniors. It is designed for high achieving seniors, with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, to complete their senior year at West Valley College while taking college level courses not offered by their respective high school.
Concurrent high school students who are California residents, do not pay tuition for their college courses. This necessitates certain registration requirements that have been included as part of the application process for the program, which involves forms, essays, letters of recommendation and interviews.
To assist the students through this process, the application packet outlines the necessary steps and information for those interested in the program. College Advantage letter - Coming Soon
For more information, contact:
College Advantage Supervisor in the Admissions and Records building
Phone: (408) 741-2672
Please review the Admissions Timeline
You qualify if you are:
The Early Admission (EA) program provides
West Valley College Open House
- For high school seniors and parents.
Date – Saturday, April 22, 2017
Time – 9:30am – 1:00pm
Disability and Educational Support Program (DESP)
On-To-College Orientation Workshops - for high school seniors with disabilities
PARENTS: You must have a note from your student allowing you to conduct business for him/her.